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bedience I the king's hi Wednesday, May 6, 1964 The BALLARD NEWS TRIBUNE 7 ledl Patience.i'--'s.lchisstillbey ] l'rJPwasa red. Many Bailardites Sing With Lincoln Chanters three sixth Sunday, May I O h is Moth |li-I contrary, it Crown Hill t centrated Use of Our was studied "" ""---.-.-- . "" to ore SU. 2.4950 Co pay, May 30 to 8:30 D of our attractlveficent newdec r'o When the Lincoln High School Chanters appear in Mize, 6557 Ist NW; Jayne Gembolis, 4501 Green- [ uphold the tr Spring Concert May 7 and 8 there will be many sing- wood N; Dianne Nash, 5511 1st NW; Bruce Schauss, J[ h.d end mai ers in the group who live within the area covered by 6255 Palatine N; Jessica Seeschaas, 6209 P latine N ][ aracterized E tE TO HA the News Tribune. Among those are: Janet and Milly and Pam Tiffin, 8336 17th NW. Peter Bardon, front II to live up to Bucher, 8337 26th NW; Charles Garman, 849 NW row, is Director of the Chanters. Other Lincoln l[ 62nd; Karen Harvey, 9725 8th NW; Barbara Clark, groups will share in the concert, t[ 5811 Greenwood N; Jim ewis,9951 1st NW; Gary Bo!dman I[ Re.cjistraflons For Oldest Member SURPRISE [ Pr,zes to Close I fl' MOTHER I/ Are RightA " ' Y il!!ili:ili! on her day I] t Phil s Jewelr IO & TV Registrations for the Grand ~~'il ] I Hi t /~ [.I U L~I'~'X ./ I, " 6ht Prizes offered by Phil's JewelryI May lure II '/ If/~ Ill I;/ 63S in celebration of the re-opening/ ~~~ii I~f I'r/ n 1721 ~ will close this Saturday, May 9, l~~i!i Ill ~ I/ according to Phil Friedman, ~i! ~[ Have her favor;re wardrobe cleaned for Mother's I/ owner . . I ~~iJi /~ Day at the Ben Ton Cleaners where quafify cleaning I / :, holms 1no mree ma]or prizes, a $250/~~~ii /~ is more then just a slogan. Special allen,ion given I/ h'~sOlm diamond pendant and men's and/ ~iiii! /~ each srmenf i/ ladies' $75 Bulova watches will/ il tBR g " I/ be awarded at the Market Street~/~il /~ [ BUDGET DRY CLEANING 25c er Lb 4 Lb " I li/ !store June 16th. liD' I - p . Mln. I F/ -I Lucky winners of last week's ~~i;i /B' ~ I/ I t prizes were: Cultured pearl ring, i~:.~~i~i /~ mA~qe ----~ ~ ~t L/ I O r S Ann Arsenault, 19716 82nd PI. W ~~iili 1~ ~LI~ "z'u~ L;ieaners II/ Edmonds; 17- j ewel Caravelle: :ii~ 8th N.W. & N.W. 85th SU 2-3880 ] watch, A. D. Bramsen, 2403 NW ~k~i l/ i/ CUSTOM 60th and silver bowl, Leona ~~:~ ]~ Complete Drlve-ln Service--Laundry & Cleaning II I~IREFLCE Kreutz, 6100 24th NW. ~/~:f~i:J~ll ' ~" $CR|ENS Ballard To Be In All-City Track And Field Meet Ballard High School track field athletes will be participating in the All-Metro meet which will be held at the U. of W. stadium Friday, May 15. Field events start at 6 p.m. and track events at 7 p.m. General admission for students is 75 cents; adult general admis- sion is $I. Schools will have the student tickets beginning May 12. Adult tickets will be sold at the gate. OLAV BOEN ) For Thurs Fri Sat. ( call before noon---SU. 4-2640 Butter i 69' Olav Been, 9049 Loyal Ave is not only the oldest member of the Seattle Norwegian Male Chor- us, but the oldest living member of the Pacific Coast Norwegian Singers' Association. He will ap- pear with the local group when fourteen Norwegian clubs join to celebrate the 150th anniver- sary of Norwegian independence beginning at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 17, in the Opera House. A chil- dren's costume parade and folk dances will also be on the pro- gram. Edgar Pederson, 8054 Walling- ford Ave. N, is general chairman. Professor August Werner is di- rector of both choruses. Soundview Girl Scouts Girl Scout Troop 1058 recently chartered a bus for an eventful day at Olympia. They visited such points of interest as the state capitol, museum, Olympia Brew- ery, and enjoyed the beauty of the Tumwater Falls and Park. Thanks to Ed Roberts, driver, 2364 NW 80th Donna Kirkpatrick, Edna Twiet, Gerry Testone and Laura OPEN SUNDAYS Waiters, mothers, for helping to make the trip such a success. The girls are hoping the snow will melt fast enough so they can help with planting trees in the Snolqualmie area as sched- uled May 11. A weekend outing at River Ranch, May 15-17, is eagerly being awaited by the troop. SWANS DOWN *oo* **.oo Scout Pack 107 Special honors go to Darrell Dizard and John Hartung who graduated from Pack 107 to Troops 112 and 803 with the earned rank of Webelo at a re- cent Blue and Gold dinner. Mrs. McClure and Mrs. L. W. Pal- merton are new den mothers. Badges were awarded to the following: Bobcats--3ohn Pollack, Ronald van Geystel, Tim Graves Mike Sandborn, Ronald Weld Royce Metcalf, Dennis Adams Curtis Johnson, Scott Palmerton Mike Waldell, Bennie Freiss Ralph Henry, Mike Gough. Wolf--Terry DeCavelle, Marl I -, w 19 F IVe are showi.g a gorgeouJ array of Cut Flowers, Corsages, Arra gements, Planters, Hanging Baskets and Flowering Plants and Trees -- Perfect for a Mother's Day Gift] e Qreen Thumb Sho CARL and AL PETERSEN 6702 15th Ave. N.W. SU. 3-0023 24th & 58th N.W.- BALLARD A&P SUPERMARKET ONLY Over 60 Animals And Characters] Don't Miss This Amazing. Show MANY OTHER SURPRISES TO0! STARTS Wednesday, May 15 BALLARD A&P ONLY 24th & 58th N.W. Brand Names Rockers, Lounging Chairs at Olsen's Furniture Dining Room, Bedroom Furniture at Olsen's Furniture Bedroom, Dining Room Furniture at Olsen's Furniture Temple-Stewart Maple Dining Room Furniture at Olsen's Furniture Lee's Carpets In Wool and Nylon at O/sea's Furniture Maple Dining Room Furnffure at Olsen's Furniture Famous Hand-Built Furniture at Olsen's Furniture Celar Chests, Tables -- Bedroom and Dining Room Furniture at O/son's Furniture Davenports end Chairs at Olsen's Furniture Flister, Larry DeCavelle, Mike ~, CHIPS -Ir/1~[/$1 Youngberg, David Lobel, James ~'~ ~ FOR TELEVISION VIEWERS Liv;ng RoomSeh~ Hickok, Royce Metcalf, Tommy ~,~ McDonald, Steven Minne, Mark at Olsen's Furniture ,ooo 10' Olson, Terry Miller, RobertMet-calf. ~'~1 ~~ * PEReECT FOR PICTURE WINDOWS Simmons Bear--Dannie Jackson, Larry " DeCavelle, B r i a n Richardson, ~~.:.:~:- Studio Couches, Hide-A-Bed THE FINE James Slaton, David Dizard, Rob- at Olsen's Furniture ~.~. ~" YEG| TABLI:S IN BALLARD ~ Bakken.ertMetcalf, David Alan, David * AS COMFORTABIEAS TNEY ARE SMART eed Queen '-' 49 YOUR CHILD'S SCHOOL Washers end Dryers I'AT :)ES LUNCH It was bound, tO happen! ThepopuIarity of the West's at Olsen's Furniture Following is the menu for /"'F"~ ~ ~i most comzortable chair persuaded the makers to design the Seattle Elementary School ] the "ROTO:RO,CK" in two sizes one for op and one Slyt Lunchrooms for the week be- ~ ~l / tar mom. His" chair is wider, deep-seated, roam rubber er tN# ginning Monday, May 11: ~,~ ~ll~""'-~ ~,~'~ backed "her'-' chair is just as smart, just as comfortable, Monday, May 11- Spaghetti Rote-Rock Choirs EA.l~ casserole or spanish macaroni, t/ ~d~ll~ ~ but built with foam rubber seat! Both chairs can be at Olsen's Furniture buttered peas, carrot sticks, ~ "~,~l|J~ ~ moved without tilting both rock both rotate in a i 10, wiener ' g' c rn bread or ~ full circle on a ball.bearing base. And, of course, bOthupholstered in S baked brown bread, milk, I1~ are .a-wide choice of decorator coversIlla ra o.ounoer [ EAR fruit. ! with non-sag springs under a deep-cushion seat. They're Tuesday, May 12--Hambur- " " -" nero now see theml The Famous Rocliner Chalrs ger, buttered spinach, apple at Olsen's Furniture -- . --Ay ; yH~ quarters, milk, chocolate pud- -- S v ding. Priced for Wednesday, May 13- Oven Mother's Day Lawrence's su. 4.2640 1. MEAT MARKET At Only . each USE EITHER ENTRANCE 5354 Ballard Ave. N.W. 5455 Leary Ave. N.W. Full Line of Rugs at Olsen's Furniture Bedroom & Dining Room Furniture at Olsen's Furniture Fashion Living Room Furniture at Olsen's Furniture Heywood-Wakefield FULL CUT Beef, Properely Aged Ib. ~Q*~**. at*** ~ j t ~.lb" Cut Up lb. , fried chicken, buttered green beans, cabbage slaw, peanut butter sandwich, milk, fruit jello--with whipped cream. Thursday, May 14 -- Meat balls with gravy, buttered corn, cheese square, green salad, home-made roll, milk, ice cream. Friday, May 15- Split pea soup, toasted cheese sandwich, vegetable tray, milk, apple goodie. These plate lunches cost 30c in elementary schools. Stu- dents may have second help- ings free, except hamburgers, milk, and dessert, if all origi. hal plate is eaten. NIT OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT SU. 2-6020 "Greatest Stock of Furniture in the Northend" Solid Maple Bedroom Suite at Olsen's Furniture i" !i!i H ill !!